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Good afternoon everyone. My name is John AKA HONDAJOHN. I'm a 30 year Master builder with 3000 + engines built. I'm not in here to show off and or talk BS. If anyone needs any info I will offer my knowledge. Obd0-0bd2b. I have my book of secrets. I have made every harness. Pcm to tuning. As of right now I am building my own civic. K28. That's correct k28. With my own designed components. Dry sump. Methanol. Many many years ago. I was lucky enough to have a hatch I built make it to Japan. Touge. Even caught the attention of Mr Tatsuru Ichishima. Owner of spoon sports.
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If anyone needs to use my Japanese tech books from honda Japan.i have 99-00 si
All type r hatches all years. S2000,ep3,crx. Feel free to ask. Though in Japanese I'm sure you can figure it out.
 

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I have two separate questions (and they may/may not be long-winded, so bare with me), and I don't know if posting them here is the correct "etiquette" or not, but here goes:

I have a 1994 Acura Integra LS (B18B1, auto) which has a somewhat intermittent starting problem.
It starts perfectly fine on cold starts - a little high (2000-2500 rpm) idling, but otherwise fine. However, after at least 10 minutes of driving, it will not start AT ALL. And by that, I mean the car DOES crank/turn over, but it just won't start. Initially, I assumed that it might be fuel related (as it sounded like it was out of gas). Air (new AEM cai) and spark (new distributor, plugs, and wires) were quickly eliminated as a potential issue. So, I then replaced both the fuel filter AND the fuel pump. Still the same problem. Now, if I let the car sit for at least 10 minutes or so, it'll go ahead and start. But only after that "wait time". Since I'm relatively new to Acura/Honda diagnosing, I'm not 100 percent sure what my next "point of attack" should be.
Thoughts??
Pull your pcm out and open it up.
Then that thing bolted to underside of your throttlebody. Remove it
 
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